Amphenol All Sensors Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Amphenol All Sensors Latest Update: April 3, 2020


All Sensors' General Manager, Dale Dauenhauer, went on NBC Bay Area news on April 2 to discuss our role in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. You can see the interview and learn more about our efforts here.


California State Executive Order N-33-20 has instructed all residents to stay at home or at their place of residence, except as needed to maintain continuity of operations of the federal infrastructure sectors. 


Amphenol All Sensors provides pressure sensors critical to the manufacturing of medical devices including, but not limited to, ventilators, which exempts us from this executive order.  


Therefore, Amphenol All Sensors' manufacturing location (Morgan Hill, CA) remains operational and is increasing production during this health crisis.


Additionally, Amphenol All Sensors has taken the following steps to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on our employees:

  • - Mandating all non-essential employees work from home until further notice
  • - Suspending of all employee travel until further notice
  • - Performing temperature screening for employees entering the factory
  • - Increasing janitorial services for more frequent cleaning
  • - Limiting facility visitors for only critical issues or related to the day-to-day running of the factory
  • - Engaging key vendors to ensure appropriate measures for assurance of supply of critical components and materials


We will continue to communicate directly with our employees, customers, and suppliers and will provide updates on this page. 


For information on All Sensors' pressure sensors that are best suited for respiratory applications, please click here.